Newport's integrating spheres deliver calibration uncertainty of

Model 819C (collimated) and Model 819D (divergent) integrating sphere detectors from Newport Corp. deliver NIST-traceable calibration uncertainties of less than 3% for most measurement ranges specified.

Oct 18th, 2011
Newport Corp. Models 819C and 819D integrating spheres
Newport Corp. Models 819C and 819D integrating spheres

Model 819C (collimated) and Model 819D (divergent) integrating sphere detectors deliver NIST-traceable calibration uncertainties of less than 3% for most measurement ranges specified. Models with a silicon (Si) detector operate from 400–1100 nm, and those with an indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) detector cover the spectral range from approximately 800–1650 nm. To accommodate various power ranges, the spheres are available in 2-, 3.3-, and 5.3-in. diameters for measuring output light power of high-power light sources such as lasers.
Newport Corp.
Irvine, CA, USA

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Newport’s Improved Calibrated Integrating Sphere Detectors

• New sphere models provide excellent NIST traceable calibration uncertainties of less than

3 percent for most specified measurement ranges.

Irvine, CA – Newport Corporation, a provider of laser and photonic solutions, announces the enhanced calibrated Integrating Sphere Detectors. Ideal for measurement of output light power of high-power light sources, the spheres optimize the measurement geometry for laser beams and other light sources, whether collimated or divergent. The new series includes Model 819C (collimated) and Model 819D (divergent); both deliver excellent NIST traceable calibration uncertainties of less than 3 percent for most measurement ranges specified.

The calibrated integrating sphere models with a silicon (Si) detector operate from 400-1100 nm, and the ones with indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) detector cover the spectral range from approximately 800-1650 nm. To accommodate various power range requirements, the calibrated integrating spheres are available in 2-inch, 3.3-inch, and 5.3-inch diameters.

The new design includes a robust port frame plus a variety of attachments and accessories to provide greater configuration flexibility. All sizes of the spheres include an SMA fiber optic connector on the north pole as a standard feature, allowing a small amount of light pickoff for wavelength measurement or any further analysis, without affecting the overall system calibration.

For more information about Newport’s Calibrated Integrating Sphere Detectors and related components/accessories, please visit: www.newport.com/sphere.

SOURCE: Newport Corp.

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